CES 2021 Gadgets Target COVID-19 Challenges

CES 2021 wrapped up its virtual trade show this week. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic meant that attendees had to settle for virtual booths, video demos, and live-streamed press conferences instead of in-person events in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the conference … Continue Reading

Ransomware Attacks on Health Sector Escalate

Our doctors and nurses stand on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19. They risk their own health to keep us well and to contain the spread of a virus we still know so little about. But the information … Continue Reading

Ransomware and Phishing Attempts Increase During Pandemic

Cybercriminals Exploit COVID-19 with Ransomware and Phishing

The COVID-19 pandemic has left people with fears and questions about their health and cybercriminals are using this fear to spread ransomware on computer systems. It has been reported by the FBI that hackers are using ransomware called Netwalker in … Continue Reading

COVID-19 Research Hacking

International Hackers Target COVID-19 Research

Countries throughout the world are working to find a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus. As researchers get closer to a permanent solution to the public health crisis, hackers are acting throughout the world in an attempt to be the first … Continue Reading

Top Healthcare Data Breaches 2020

The Top 5 Healthcare Data Breaches in First Half of 2020

Healthcare facilities are a target for cybercriminals because of the overwhelming amount of personal information they collect on a regular basis. This data is specific to each person and health conditions cannot be changed like a credit card or phone … Continue Reading

Data Protection COVID-19 Reseacrh

How Researchers Can Protect COVID-19 Research Data

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed the way we live but has changed the way that medical researchers are operating. Many organizations have dedicated their time and resources to finding a vaccine for the Coronavirus and need data such … Continue Reading

Healthcare Cyberattack Increase COVID-19

Healthcare Sector More at Risk for Cyberattacks During COVID-19

Healthcare facilities have been a target for cyberattacks and data breaches even before the pandemic. A health record that includes Protected Health Information (PHI), is more valuable than any other type of stolen data with a selling cost of up … Continue Reading

COVID Testing Remote Ultrasound

Remote Ultrasound Wands Detect Coronavirus in Patient Lungs

When stay-at-home orders were put in place throughout the country, people had to work remotely and connect with others through video chatting. This change in our everyday routines has also affected how we approach medicine. New technology from the medical … Continue Reading

Office Data Security

How to Manage Employees and Data as Businesses Re-Open

In states throughout the US, governors have begun to slowly re-open businesses as the curve has been flattened in terms of people contracting and dying from the Coronavirus. While some people may be returning to the office, others may still … Continue Reading

Secure USB Policy Remote Work COVID-19

Implementing Encrypted USB Policies During WFH and Beyond

Since flash drives hit the market in the late 1990s, they have grown to become one of the most popular devices for storing data. Companies give them away at trade shows with their company logo and schools give prospective students … Continue Reading